Baltimore Times Profile of Turning Point, 8 and 9/14

https://baltimoretimes-online.com/news/2014/sep/12/turning-point-operates-principle-recovery-lifelong/ https://baltimoretimes-online.com/news/2014/aug/08/rev-milton-e-williams-helping-drug-addicts-east-ba/ https://baltimoretimes-online.com/news/2014/aug/29/freed-bondage-drug-addiction/  In August and September 2014, the Baltimore Times ran a three-part series on the Turning Point Clinic. The first installment profiled how the clinic is “leading the people of East Baltimore out of the bondage of drug addiction.” Having recently admitted its 5,000th patient, the clinic has “become the largest faith-based substance

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In August and September 2014, the Baltimore Times ran a three-part series on the Turning Point Clinic.

In August and September 2014, the Baltimore Times ran a three-part series on the Turning Point Clinic. The first installment profiled how the clinic is “leading the people of East Baltimore out of the bondage of drug addiction.” Having recently admitted its 5,000th patient, the clinic has “become the largest faith-based substance abuse clinic in

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Turning Away From Johns Hopkins, WYPR – NPR, 6/14

https://news.wypr.org/post/turning-away-johns-hopkins In June 2014, Rev. Williams – frustrated by Johns Hopkins Medicine’s efforts to keep him from expanding his clinic to include mental health, urgent and primary care services — lead supporters in a protest outside one of the university’s facilities, WYPR, Baltimore’s National Public Radio affiliate, reported. Williams said the expansion of his clinic

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WBAL on death of manager

BALTIMORE —An executive at east Baltimore’s Turning Point Clinic is missing after a dive off the coast of Indonesia last week, and his co-workers are planning a memorial service in his honor. Thapana Tee Thiracharoenpanya Turning Point Clinic Thapana “Tee” Thiracharoenpanya, 28, disappeared April 17 during a diving trip with three friends in Indonesia when

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Clinic protests “Big John” over Medicaid payments, The Johns Hopkins Newsletter, 10/12

https://www.jhunewsletter.com/2012/10/25/clinic-protests-big-john-over-medicaid-payments-97563/ In October 2012, the Turning Point Clinic lead a protest outside the Hopkins Hospital over $100,000 owed to the clinic by a Hopkins affiliate for new patient assessments and care. In a report on the protest, The Johns Hopkins Newsletter quoted Rev. Williams: “It is just us, Big John, Turning Point Clinic, whom you’ve

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Protesters accuse Hopkins of withholding Medicaid funds

https://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-10-18/health/bs-hs-hopkins-protest-20121018_1_medicaid-patients-medicaid-program-medicaid-funds The Baltimore Sun reported a protest led by Turning Point Clinic outside Johns Hopkins Hospital. The people were protesting Johns Hopkins for owing more than $100,000 in Medicaid payments to the clinic.

Methadone clinic considers offering cash to addicts

Northeast Baltimore program says it wants to attract users to treatment and reduce crime September 13, 2011|By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun A Northeast Baltimore clinic that once pitched on-demand methadone to desperate addicts during the late-night hours is focusing on a new idea — paying addicts to come in for treatment. “We are targeting

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Methadone clinic considers offering cash to addicts, The Baltimore Sun, 9/11

https://articles.baltimoresun.com/2011-09-13/health/bs-hs-turning-point-20110913_1_methadone-clinic-addicts-kathleen-rebbert-franklin Turning Point Clinic proposed paying addicts to come in for treatment, the Baltimore Sun reported. “We are targeting a non-traditional population of addicts that isn’t so interested in treatment,” Rev. Williams said. “This will be an incentive.”

Time for Methadone on Demand, Baltimore Sun, 7/11

https://articles.baltimoresun.com/2011-07-11/news/bs-ed-methadone-20110711_1_methadone-treatment-heroin-addicts-treatment-slots In July 2011, the Baltimore Sun published an op-ed written by Rev. Williams where he explained how the Turning Point Clinic was to become a true “on-demand” methadone program. “We have committed to getting addicts in, evaluated, medicated safely, and out the door in 15 minutes,” Williams wrote. “Turning Point operates the largest methadone

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Orlando Sentinel article on opening of clinic

Baltimore pastor to open on-demand methadone clinic By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun Crime Public Officials Executive Branch Medicaid Renee Brown Tired of the heroin and crime surrounding his Northeast Baltimore church and treatment center, the Rev. Milton Williams said Thursday that he plans to open the city’s first “open access” clinic, which will hand

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